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Bobby Moynihan
Biography

Bobby Moynihan is a comedian and actor who just wrapped his ninth and final season as a cast member on “Saturday Night Live.” He is a fixture at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York, where he performs at the signature weekly “Assssscat” show, and is a co-founder of the sketch group “Buffoons,” with friends Charlie Sanders and Eugene Cordero.

Moynihan is prolific in the voiceover world with credits that include the role of Panda on the animated series “We Bare Bears” and Louie on “Ducktales.” His additional animated credits include “The Simpsons,” “Jack and the Never Land Pirates” and the title role in the television film “Happy!” Currently, he voices a series regular role on the animated children’s show “Nature Cat.” His next voiceover role will be on the animated television series “Summer Camp Island.” His non-animated television credits include “Girls.”

Moynihan’s film credits include “The Secret Life of Pets,” “Sisters,” “Staten Island Summer,” Pixar’s “Inside Out” and “Monsters University,” “Brother Nature,” “The Invention of Lying,” “Grown Ups 2” and “When in Rome.” Currently, he can be seen in the film “The Book of Henry,” directed by Colin Trevorrow, and upcoming in “Why We’re Killing Gunther” with Arnold Schwarzenegger. Also, he is in production on “The Secret Life of Pets 2.”

Moynihan graduated from the University of Connecticut in 1999 and grew up in Eastchester, N.Y. Currently, he divides his time between Los Angeles and New York City with his wife. His birthday is Jan. 31. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @bibbymoynihan.